THIS IS THE DEAL FROM LEOPARD KRUGER LODGE
- A 2-night stay for 2 people
- Breakfast and dinner included
- Breakfast: English Breakfast
- Dinner is 1 meat, 2 vegetable and a starch (meals can change due to dietary requirements, allergies or Halaal preference)
- Rooms available/applicable: 4 rooms
IMPORTANT INFO YOU NEED TO KNOW
- This deal is valid for use until 29 February 2024
- Valid for 2 people
- Valid: Any day of the week
- Rooms available: Rooms 1- 4
- Kids Policy: Kids over 5 years are charged R400 and kids over 12 are charged full price – directly to the merchant
- Limited to 3 deals per customer
NEXT STEPS FOR YOU
- On completion of your purchase please contact the service provider using the Booking Information details included on this page.
- Present your code to the service provider at time of booking.
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- You are entitled to cancel your booking with this service provider up to 2 weeks prior to your confirmed date. Thereafter no refund will be issued. No shows forfeit the offer.
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Marloth Park is a 3,000-acre wildlife reserve between Malelane and Komatipoort in Mpumalanga, on the southern edge of the Kruger National Park. The park is a popular stop for travellers journeying to Mozambique, Swaziland, and the Kruger National Park.
Marloth Park’s humid subtropical environment – mild winters and balmy summers – make it a year-round holiday destination. Despite the park’s lack of infrastructure, you can still find the necessities there, such as a range of eateries, two shops, a gas station, a hardware store, and a bottle store.
Marloth Park is home to four of the Big 5! The park itself has no elephants. However, they are frequently spotted splashing around in the Crocodile River, which separates Marloth Park from the Kruger National Park. Lionspruit, a distinct game reserve within Marloth Park, is home to rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard. Other animals including kudu, zebra, giraffe, blue wildebeest, baboons, bushbuck, vervet monkeys, nyala, impala, warthog, and ostrich pass through the reserve. The absence of fences encourages visitors to explore Marloth Park at their own pace on bicycles, self-drives, and bush walks.
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